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WPT San Remo: Joe Cada's closing in on the final table

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Posted on 02 May 2011 by "T".

Day 5 of the EPT San Remo Main Event is over. 24 players out of 987 are still in the game and all of them are guaranteed at least €25k each. Chip leader at the moment is Nicolas Yunis, from Chile, with a 2.281.000 stack, and in second place is Rupert Elder, from United Kingdom, with 1.894.000 chips. 

The two most notable players in the remaining field of players are the Pokerstars pros Max Lykov from Russia (4th place with 1.722.000 chips) and the 2009 WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada from USA (5th place with 1.619.000 chips). 

The final table will be played tomorrow (May 3rd). Let's hope that both Lykov and Cada will be on it! As soon as the final table kicks off, we will put up a link so you can watch it live. Stay tuned! 

24 remaining players

Nicolas Yunis Chile PokerStars player 2281000
Rupert Elder United Kingdom 1894000
Luigi PignataroItaly PokerStars player 1796000
Max Lykov Russia Team PokerStars Pro 1722000
Joe Cada United StatesTeam PokerStars Pro 1619000
Nicola GriecoItaly PokerStars qualifier 1615000
Andrew Teng United Kingdom 1600000
Massimiliano Manigrasso Italy 1560000
Diego Bolzoni Italy 1552000
Max Heinzelmann Germany 1445000
Roberto Spada Italy1400000
Costantino Russo Italy 1237000
Luca Cavecchi Italy 1224000 
Marco Bognanni Italy 1211000 
Fabrizio Cataldi Uruguay 1198000
Xuan Liu Canada 1187000
Antonino Venneri Italy 1055000
Kamal Choraria United Kingdom 949000
Luciano Longhitano Italy 823000
David Lichentin France PokerStars qualifier765000
Freddy Darakjian France 500000
Nicola Boldin iItaly 430000
Marco Fabbrini Italy 263000
Francesco De Vivo Italy 155000

Prize pool and payouts

1 €930,000
2 €600,000
3 €360,000
4 €290,000
5 €220,000
6 €170,000
7 €125,000
8 €81,950
9-10 €50,000
11-12 €40,000
13-14 €35,000
15-16 €30,000
17-24 €25,000


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3 comments on "WPT San Remo: Joe Cada''s closing in on the final table "

 SuperNoob02/05/2011 12:21:09 GMT
it gonna be a tough way to final table with not much difference in chip stacks and two experienced pros still left. hope joe can make it to the final table atleast
 Hajinnho02/05/2011 14:09:29 GMT
David Lichentin France PokerStars qualifier765000

That is what we really should have a look at. it shows that people really have a spot to make it. I mean a friend of me was once really close to qualifier for the PCA (only his Queens loosing against KQ destroyed that dream) and it shows that even as a qualifier you can make it to the money.

So guys... There will come the time were some of us will qualify for a big live tournament and even the mincash would be more than great Smile We will do it *dreaming off* Big Smile
 Macubaas03/05/2011 13:44:09 GMT
Joe Cada is really one of the best live poker players i know. He is also specialized on large tournaments. But as you all know on this type of tournaments and especially in the final stages like now it's almost impossible to know who will make it to the final table. At the beginning of the tournament the large favourite was Viktor "Isildur1" Blom but for those that know Viktor's background should have knowed that he is actually a really good cash games player and not a tournament player although he won some tournaments on pokerstars. I also would like to state that you also need to have some luck on this type of tournamets, considering it's a tournament that doesn't allow rebuys. I hope that the tournament will be won by a pokerstars pro in the end.

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